"When I started working financial exploitation cases over a decade ago, I had to enter years of transaction data into a spreadsheet just to normalize, sort, and analyze financial information effectively.
I knew there had to be a better way, but at the time, existing solutions were expensive, required installation on a hard drive versus the cloud, and did not break out specific elements that are necessary for the level of analysis we perform on each case.
In 2018, we started building a solution that could automatically parse out that data in a fast and accurate way. This was helpful for our team’s internal processes, but to develop a solution more universally accessible by external financial exploitation investigators, we had to take things a step further.
In 2019, we started building FraudFindr: The only forensic accounting tool that analyzes bank transactions and translates the findings into a clear, court-ready report, giving investigators the tools they need to solve more cases and get justice for victims. It’s cloud-based, so the data is accessible across any device an investigator is using in the field doing interviews or back at the office preparing reports.
We love using FraudFindr in our practice, and we hope you do too. If you have an idea about how to improve FraudFindr, reach me here: email@example.com."